Dr Scott Debnam
University of Montana
The University of Montana's Organismal Biology, Ecology, & Evolution program awarded Dr. Scott Debnam his Master's degree in Pollination Ecology in 2016 and his Doctorate in Insect Physiology in 2022. Scott is an expert on honey bee problems and pests and specializes in nest thermoregulation and the economics associated with nest thermoregulation. For the past 10 years, he has co-instructed the University of Montana's Online Master Beekeeping program, which received the 2019 UPCEA award for outstanding online education. He has taught over 2000 students from 22 different countries. As well as being an instructor at Amherst College, he is a co-instructor of the new Commercial Beekeeping program at UM Online.